DJ Clint was the DJ for an amazing party for the Rockhurst College Greek Societies yearly dance. It was an diverse night of music selection and mixing that kept the dance floor full for the whole evening. Everyone had a great time. From this gig I have the President of the Greek Socities as a college dance DJ reference.
DJ Clint also mixed the Freshman Dance for the Kansas City Art Institute for 4 years, and has a great DJ reference for those nights of vinyl madness and badness.
Club music and dance remixes is usually the focus, with pop, rock and country thrown in between mixes. I have TONS of current music which no other djs in KC have outside the club scene. Let me know if this is how you want your College Dance DJ to rock your party.
Kansas City Elementary School DJ
K.C. Vinyl DJs has mixed music for the Westwood Elementary School Fall Carnival for 4 years now. We have a relationship with the Westwood Homes Association now to DJ their gatherings after a successful fall festival. An Elementary School DJ reference is available from this wonderful group of administrators and parents from the PTA. I end up catching up with some of the adults every year as their kids grow. I understand what their musical tastes are, and call out special songs that I play which they should be interested in. I also purchase a stack of albums before each gig representing hundreds of tracks that are centered around very young children that is enjoyable and entertaining. Additionally, the request sheet gets taken home and the tracks purchased every time, so my collection has all the popular artists for the next gig.
Kansas City High School Dance DJ
Songs today are dirty. Any high school gigs taken will be under a 'No Student Requests' policy, and we cannot guarantee 100% clean lyrics with how songs are written today. We have a collection of clean mixes from the DJ promotion subscriptions that are cleaned up to radio standards.
We have performed at various High Schools throughout Kansas City and had amazing evenings. Dances where requests were taken turned out a disaster of frustration. We request staff remain near the DJ booth throughout the night.
The best solution is to have a survey where everyone gets to request a song before the big night so staff and Student Council can review the list. We will prepare accordingly. Contact us if this fits your needs too!